in order to make it easier for different people (a few select members of our association) to modify contents on our website, I am thinking of migrating it to some CMS system, or possibly use WordPress for that purpose.
The site is http://www.capoeirart.free.fr, and is quite simple in structure. There is a home page, including a row with links to 1st-level categories, and a few announcement (not really blog entries). Each category has sub-categories, it does not currently go beyond level 2 (we might need to seriously redesign the navigation if it did).
The content is almost entirely static, apart from announcements that might change about once a week. There is no need for advanced access control, one shared user/password would be sufficient.
We will soon want to add a photo gallery, and possibly a forum later on.
Is WordPress suitable for this, and how do I best go about it? Are there templates I could use as a basis for this site?
The documentation of WordPress is a bit confusing to me, as a large part of it is about using it for blogs, not for simple, almost static sites.
Thanks in advance for any help and pointers,